Netherland Antilles GenWeb

Welcome to the Netherland Antilles GenWeb page. These six islands are the overseas territory of  The Netherlands. They are about 550 miles apart, in two differing sections of the Caribbean. Curaçao and Bonaire are in the far eastern Caribbean, off the northwestern coast of Venezuela. Saba, Sint Maarten and Sint Eustatius are in a group east of Puerto Rico. For genealogy purposes, the island of Aruba will be included on this site. (This island seceded from the Netherland Antilles in 1986.) It can be found about 15 miles north of Venezuela.



Click Here to go to the Aruba page Click Here to go to the Bonaire page
Click Here to go to the Curaçao pageClick Here to go to the Saba page
Click Here to go to the St. Eustatius pageClick Here to go to the St. Maarten page
Click Here to go to the Resources pageClick Here to go to the Films page
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Click here to go to the Links pageClick here to send an email to the webmaster


I am unable to reply to requests for personal research. My genealogical research does not include these islands. I am simply the volunteer webmaster for this site. Please visit each page for ideas and resources for research.


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